Chutes and Ladders Disney Princess
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Which princess will reach the castle first...Belle, Cinderella, Aurora or Snow White? A touch of fantasy and a sense of adventure make Chutes and Ladders Disney Princess Edition fun for everyone! Players climb and slide their way to win with those pretty princesses on their side. Meet favorite characters along the way - friendly critters, evil villains, fairy godmothers - and yes, of course the handsome prince! Pick a princess, spin the spinner, and let the magical adventure begin! Features 4 Disney Princess pawns! Includes gameboard, 4 princess pawns, spinner and instructions.For 2 - 4 players ages 3 and up.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #1659 in Toys & Games
- Brand: Hasbro
- Model: 05670
- Dimensions: 10.51" h x 15.75" w x 1.46" l, 1.30 pounds
- Features 4 Disney Princess pawns, the classic up and down game featuring all your princess friends
- For 2 to 4 players, which princess will reach the castle first Belle, Cinderella, Aurora or Snow White
- A touch of fantasy and a sense of adventure make Chutes and Ladders Disney Princess Edition fun for everyone
- Players climb and slide their way to win with those pretty princesses on their side
- Meet favorite characters along the way friendly critters, evil villains, fairy godmothers and yes, of course the handsome prince
- For ages 3 years and up
A classic game with another fresh look. Our five year old granddaughter loves this version right now. Could for counting. The spinner is not as durable as spinners of old, but you could use one of a pair of dice. Counting spaces is good!
Chutes & Ladders Princess Style
Chutes and Ladders! IT could use a spinner easier to use for the young ones--after all the game is for kids 3 years and up. And now, it needs a princess update to be more inclusive.
Lots of fun, and nice figures
Typical chutes and ladder game but figures are very nice (like toys, not just cardboard). Pictures on board are pretty, my niece (who's 4) was entranced with the photos and kept wanting to land where her favorite characters were. Spinner is a little difficult for the young ones, but I'm sure she'll get used to it. If not you could always use a dice. Good for teaching counting.